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Sun Devils can't be stopped

Morgan Bellinger / THE STATE PRESS
STORE’S CLOSED: Senior linebacker Robert James intercepts a pass intended for senior wide receiver Brandon Powers during the second half of Saturday night’s game against Oregon State at Sun Devil Stadium.

Less than nine minutes into Saturday's game against Oregon State, the ASU football team found itself trailing Oregon State 19-0.


Congressman: ASU is among leaders in push for sustainability

Rep. Harry Mitchell, D-Ariz., and a panel of five prominent community members met Friday afternoon to tell more than 100 audience members how they can save the planet.





Latinos often marginalized in media, editor says
The Latino community wants to be known for more than illegal immigration, a panel of journalists said Saturday at the Media Coverage of Latino Issues panel at ASU.

Oral contraceptives linked to cancer, study finds
Women taking oral contraceptives might want to think twice about the long-term risks, according to a recently released study.


Police Beat
An 18-year-old ASU student was arrested Thursday morning at the Stadium Parking Structure on charges of possessing marijuana and drug paraphernalia, the police report stated.



ASU defense keys comeback victory

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

Coming into the season, ASU's defense wasn't considered among the Pac-10's elite. But after forcing six turnovers in the 44-32 victory over Oregon State University Saturday (2-2, 0-1), a case could be made for the Sun Devil 'D'.


Sun Devils falter against ranked team again

Another Top-5 team, another 1-0 loss.

The ASU women's soccer team lost to No. 1 Santa Clara 1-0 Friday in front of 1,060 fans at Sun Devil Soccer Stadium.


Devil Dish
I don't know about everybody else, but I for one am excited that it's almost October. It only means one thing for me. That's right, it's time for the MLB playoffs.


Rally makes for exciting conference opener
How about the entire game? Any football fan would have to agree that was an exciting game.


Beavers emotionally deflated after bitter loss
Mike Riley dragged himself out of the locker room.


Opinions: In the Garden of Rape

CEO: A friend of mine was raped this summer and if you are a male, you might wrongly think it is completely her fault.

She was drunk, inebriated and unable to take control of the situation. She was passed out at a party, when a friend forced himself on to her. She trusted him. She had been drunk with him before and he had more than one opportunity in his life to take advantage of her.

Opinions: Evil Empire? Not Quite

BERKLEY: I went to the MU and picked up a 6-piecer from Chick-Fil-A. I opened that sucker up and it only had 5 1/2ish chicken pieces, tenders, strips, thingies, or whatever they call them. Either way, I was aghast. My heart dropped and I felt so defeated. After all, there was only one logical explanation — the sick, power-hungry tag team of Michael Crow and Ira Fulton had struck again. Damn you two. Damn you so very much.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


Local Limelight: Rock the house

Morgan Bellinger and Lance / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

The hottest new music venue in the Valley is right in your backyard. Actually, it is your backyard, or your kitchen, or your living room.


Out: Take a dip

It may seem odd to pay to eat at a restaurant where you have to cook your own food, but the experience at Shabu Fondue is well worth it. Shabu Fondue gives the communal Swiss dipping meal an Asian twist at a reasonable price, creating deliciously interactive meals.


Voice: Summer in the city
"We would love to have you intern." Those seven simple words would change my summer plans, and consequently my life, forever.

For years I had wanted to live in New York City and work in fashion. This past summer, my dream came true, and I was able to have a taste of what life and work in the Big Apple was like.


Sex: Absti-dance
Members of a Christian dance group are teaching other teens to save sex for marriage through an usual format: hip-hop routines and plays.


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